Trump Said, “Sure” TWICE When Asked To Condemn White Supremacy But Media Smears Anyway (VIDEO & TRANSCRIPT)

Trump Condemns White Supremacy

The actual transcript from the debate shows the Presidents words:

WALLACE: You have repeatedly criticized the vice president for not specifically calling out antifa and other left-wing extremist groups. But are you willing, tonight, to condemn white supremacists and militia groups and to say that they need to stand down and not add to the violence in a number of these cities as we saw in Kenosha and as we’ve seen in Portland? Are you prepared to specifically do that?

TRUMP: Sure, I’m prepared to do that.

The question from Wallace was if Trump was willing to condemn white supremacists, etc and to say that they need to stand down and not add violence.

Trump answered with “Sure.”

More talking from Chris Wallace.

Trump again agrees to condemnation of white supremacy: “Sure, I’m prepared to do that.”

It was a clear answer to the question from Wallace.

We see 4 things from the transcript:

  1. Wallace refused to accept “sure” for an answer and demanded Trump (but not Biden) condemn extremists onstage.
  2. Wallace is the one who introduced the “stand down” language — not Trump, who was doing what he was asked.
  3. Biden is the one who demanded Trump condemn the “Proud Boys” — a right-wing group — and Trump complied.
  4. Biden refused to condemn ANTIFA, saying it was “an idea, not an organization.” Wallace then tried to move on to something else.

Another Example of When President Trump CONDEMNED White Supremacy (How many times does he have to say it?)

Note that he condemned Neo-Nazis, KKK and White Supremacists on 8/14/17.

And see the video in this tweet below of multiple times when President Trump condemned racism, white supremacy, and neo-nazis.

And this video that Chris Wallace should have remembered but that demonstrates that he is biased against President Trump and merely wants to attempt to score political points against him.

Of course with statements by Joe Biden suggesting black men are wild, animalistic rapists, we have to ask who really supports the idea of “white supremacy.” Will the media ask Joe about his anti-black, racist statements? No.

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